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    go the gun shop, tell the guy you want a glock 17, pay for it and take it home.

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    As 9mm's go, I have 2. The 226 being one of them and a 1911 is the other. If I was to want to carry a 9mm it would be that Sig. Say what you will about this and that but the fact remains it is one of the best built most reliable on the market. Mine is a tack driver at 50 yards. call me weird but I just like a pistol with a hammer. Being a 1911 freak I'm not real big on the trigger of the Sig either but I just can't deny the way the pistol functions. 5,000 rounds through mine and it shoots as well now as it did new if not better.

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    I have a TZ99 which is the same gun as the CZ999 and the EZ05 and the rest of that family. They come with 15rd and/or 10rd ( for the left coasters, thats California ya'll) mags, but with a slight modification to the 17rd Beretta mags, you can use them. You may also check into the Witness and CZ75 pistols and I think the S&W Sigma SW9VE is a 16+1.

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    Glock 17...or Glock 19 with G17 mags...or my new personal favorite the M&P-9.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hideit View Post
    Now, for a large capacity (greater than 15 magazine capacity) 9mm what would you choose?
    Open carry sidearm: Beretta 92FS (prefer .45ACP 1911 w 10rd reloads)
    CCW: XD9 subcompact - 10rd holstered, 16rd w sleeve for reload

    Unsupported chamber puts Glock off my list. Period.

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    A picture...:

    My G17 with a 3 1/2 # trigger:


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    I prefer the 92FS for a full size nine over anything else, and you can get 17 round mags for it. However, it's difficult to argue with the G17 since you already have a Glock 9mm, and the mags are interchangeable.

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    My vote would be for a Sig 226

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    Doesn't make much difference witch 9mm I choose because only 10 rd mags are allowed in this wonderfull state..

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    Quote Originally Posted by bompa View Post
    Doesn't make much difference witch 9mm I choose because only 10 rd mags are allowed in this wonderfull state..
    Actually, that makes gun selection more important rather than less. If you "only" have ten rounds, you need the launching platform best suited to your hands, your shooting style, and your skills.
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    Glock 19

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    I would take many othe pistols before I would take a Glock, or any other polymer pistol. I like steel framed guns. I'm a big guy, and a half a pound or so doesn't bother me a bit. I like the CZ SP-01, the EAA Witness, Baby Eagle, etc. In 9mm right now, I have an Astra A-100 and a Bernardelli P0-18 compact. Both will feed about anything without a hiccup. The Astra isn't the most accurate gun I've ever shot, but it feels great in my hand. The Bernardelli is very accurate, and almost as reliable as the Astra is. My .45 Witness is damn near perfect, as is my .40 Astra A-75.

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    You are right the platform does make a difference..the HiPower has always been good and the CZ75b is right up there also..
    Tupperware, well I tried the Glock and didn't like it at all,the M&P is the one that I believe just might be the one,if I can get the trigger fixed..It has that wonderfull Mass trigger ,10 lbs,at the moment but soon it will be better..

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    The Glock 17 is a fine pistol and would be my personal choice.

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    glock 17 or 19

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    G 17. iT MAY NOT BE THE BEST OUT THERE BUT IT'S MY FAVORITE !

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    High capacity 9mm? The CZ 75 SP-01 has a 19-round magazine and shoots like a dream. Another one of my favorites (spent money on one) is the FN FNP-9 with its 16-round magazine.

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    Been an ardent XD supporter for a few years. Still great guns.

    With increased trigger time, in the order of tens of thousands of rounds, my next gun will be an M&P 9mm.

    Why?

    First run of M&Ps I tried had HORRIBLE triggers. Latest few M&Ps I've tried, had MUCH better triggers.

    XD: Great ergonomics, super reliable, accurate, crisp trigger, but long slow reset and huge over-travel, slightly higher bore axis.

    Glock: Unsupported chamber less of an issue in 9mm... Poor, blocky ergonomics, super reliable, mushy trigger for some, short reset, short over-travel, low bore axis.

    M&P: Adjustable ergonomics w/ backstraps, so-far-so-good reliability with reliable design, crisper smoother trigger in later models, very short reset, almost zero over-travel, and very low bore-axis...

    The Smith is my next gun.

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    I shot an M&P a little while back. I really liked it. I don't think I'm going to get one any time soon but from what I've seen they seem to be holding up really well. The last 5-6 years Smith has really stepped up their quality on auto loaders. I used to not like any of them much. Great wheel guns though. Just about everyone I've seen the last few years they seem to be getting better and better. Especially at the prices they are going for.

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    Glock 17 enough said....

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